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so america's cup i obviously there is some intensity. but frankly we've made go significant promises we keep points project on track. so the major phase application is meant to be a true up from the documents of 2010. the sites, you know, as opposed to mission bay don't require the vertical construction those ten to 12 blocks within the project site to do the true ups. there are a series of major phases on the sites and, you know, right now with the first major phase because we recently approved the project there are relevant deviations.
i'll discuss those later. excuse the font. we're moving face and that's what the font tells us. i wanted to walk you through the major phase first. the major phase covers 15 hundred new enemies half of them are affordable in the retail district next to the stadium. that will be built over seven years highlighted in red. most importantly this includes the one-on-one dilapidated housing united at alice griffith and you see this adjacent to the site which is shown in the phase one generally likewise, the
residents to move directly and it's outlined in red. as required this document the major phase document convolutes the phases. our primary job is to compare the submission we see with the improved documents to make sure it conforms to the approvals where the submission does not conform we've analyzed those changes and are evaluating them and i'll discuss that later in the permission. are first a quick overview. one of the things that is the land use it's the same as the 2010 it's a mix of residential and community facilities and a potential site for a hotel and a an arena. in terms of the open space in
the the landscape architects he he's here poor one of the most important it is alice griffith park that connects the homes. it connects the alice griffith site and the wedge park i know with the transmissions from the candle stick center into the area. so it's kind of a hallmark in the i optimistic site. it will restore the historic site along james town and a planting restored species in the hillside to stabilizes it. from the housing prospective the major plan, you know, right now what was submitted was a total of over 1 thousand homes and the
2 hundred and 56 units are housing replacements. we have affordable homes that will be built near the center. the major feats contained two stand alone projects o are for housing earning over 60 percent of income. and there's requirements still at work here you'll have is a minimum of 20 periods of time and maximum of 20 closing arguments units it will be a 10 percent exempting commitment and those inclusionary opt are between the medium income. also one of the great things about the major phase in the d
da documents it ties a lot of the community benefits that were contained in the benefit plans to the approval your approval of the major phase. so you'll see here this table outlines the timing and a triggers for the those benefits that covers education for the d b h community. also you may recall this project has a really aggressive goal to double the percent of residents that take transit. this is accomplished by taking several lines half of the project site and a flurgs the bay view area. that will be expanded to alice griffith. also the brt has been modified slightly to, you know, have a
more efficient route to the development. you'll see in this major phase in the phasing plan the bill of rights bridge doesn't carry stadium traffic it will be built in the second major phase but there's ongoing monitoring of the traffic demand to respond to the situation it could come sooner depends upon that and chris is here to answer that more specifically. the more interesting thing that has come out of the last two years ago your you looking at the product of not just the scramble to work on that but they've been working with other city departments doing what we're supposed to do and flag you anything that needs to be fixed.
one of the things that didn't need to be fixed was a bike freeway a 6 foot traffic lane that connects the cal train station and candle stick park and it is with paubldz. the candle stick project the cycle track is a very a really fantastic amenity. the other condones of the major phase that gets consolidated are the utilities their noting no less important. they've been reviewed by the city departments edify the last few years. so excluded in the utilities plans is the storm water and a
domestic water and a rekierlgd water that is gray used for purposes of toilet you flushing in both commercial and residential buildings. the fire fighting system and gas and a utilities. we included moving trash in buildings in a pneumatic tubes like the old bank teller tubes to move the tackle from factors a central facility it removes garbage trucks from the street it is used domestically and awe broad. it is the system under the leadership of ecology and we've integrated it to be sure to that
it is capable with the system. i want to turn it over to the team to a walk us through the street plan >> thank you. my name is evan and commissioners it's a real pleasure to be here today. obviously i have a speech impediment please don't hesitate to speak up if you can't understand me. >> i want to use that other. >> yeah, because i need to be near the screen. when we think about streetscape
we think about it as more as just designing a street, streets are 25 percent of this city they're the place where we walk and drive and they're a very important function. the storm water and how we manage the storm water now those days this is an important part of the street and lastly they're about the community and the streets are the social place where we mediate e meet our neighbors. so when we started to think about this streetscape and analysis t we started to realize our challenge is how do we design a streetscape design for that san francisco but
receptionists the san francisco. there's an amazing history and an amazingly responsibility materials and projects and things, artist et a street is constantly been ridden and we have an opportunity to do something to do in this city it's a part of the coming larger we can experiment if you will, and think about streetscape in ways we might not otherwise dpo do in a city. we realize that a big part of the exchange is to hard to recognize neighborhood character so we took a lot of time to do this. each of the neighborhoods is defined by its location interrelationship to the water and a land use et.
we've got this alice griflth streetscape and they're obviously alice is residential and it acts as a part in the middle and a next to the city. it's got an amazing overlook at the top of the hill but it's very much how do you make it for families candle light is a commercial area but it's a main street within each neighborhood both candle stick and the point we realize there's an opportunity for the special places so we need to have opportunity within this streetscape titus itself, if you will, to have the parts in the
street. so how do we do this. we realized there were something like that 52 different streets sections in those neighborhoods 52 that's crazy. i've done a lot of streetscapes i know the streets and the streets in almost every neighborhood in the city there's nothing like this so we thought how do we organize this. so we organized that with a simple street technology so if you're familiar with the street manual we have at the top i have a lazer pointer i can point it out this goes from the entry all the way to the shipyard and all the way out. the only thing that's consistent
is the pacific street for this neighborhood. we have a series of streets where there's actually a froik with the sidewalk i'm talking about a significant sidewalk where we can have a pathway to the water ambassador e water and its divided onto into residential streets. that drags there the streets and in the manual. we have drawing through the neighborhood and then the perimeter streets that drag to other streets. we use the technology to organize all the elements and there's a lot of these elements. and if you do map it in the
center you'll realize there hundreds of things on the sidewalk that fall with the shipyard we have to organize that and perhaps make it more organized than perhaps in the city. so the streetscape elements from the water and like i've managed a lot of water to the streetscape to the lighting and sidewalk et those are all i am reintroducing today by streets top lonely and simplifying and to create character and understanding, if you will, as you move through the neighborhood. i'm not going to go through all the daily but i'm happy to answer any questions and how we organize all the detail >> thank you very much. pleasure
>> thank you very much - oh. >> okay actually, you know what can you do the other one? do that because i want to point at the screen. thank you evan for that quick presentation >> i want to wrap up in our memo those are the areas, you know, in reviewing the transmissions that didn't necessarily conform with the approved documents. we want to bring them to you most do require commission approval but their interesting changes. and so we wanted to disclose them at least to you. so as i said a number of those came over the last two years as we worked from the city staff to look at what was approved.
the most significant it the phasing schedule. so up here it the original schedule atheists approved in 2010. the project as you may recall had something called subsequential delay that allowed for delay as response to environmental litigation. missouri which we referenced as the disillusion and the delay of the navy property. obviously the navy property massachusetts has been through idealize as we talked about the navy clean up. we have to change the schedule to move the project forward. most significantly you know, we really requested that the developer reorganize the phasing to enable al lettuce griffith to proceed. when we approved the project in
2010 we negotiated that the alice griffith revitalization would be linked up for the phase two market rate development. while it seemed smart tempting at the time it wouldn't allow the developer to start without doing alice griffith we didn't anticipate the display that actually prevented us from starting on alice awhile we wait for the navy he property. the new phasing is responding to the decouple of of the shipyard and the alice griffith now with the 349 could precede. the additional piece i wanted to mention i know the - this phasing schedule is something
that must get reviewed by the california economical quality act we're working with the sequa to identify anything that my create additional economical impacts. generally, we don't expect that but as part of the approvals we're going to be hopeful seeking from you in december we'll have that analysis complete and, you know, finding related to the environmental impact for the preoccupied faekz change but the number one thing is to continue the development. in our review the rule of proportion immaterial and some of the benefits that are to arrive sooner are slightly arriving later and a, however,
the benefits are delivered sooner. those adjustments are the things between exempting and candle stick is happening soorp rather than later. by arresting and large their related to accommodating that. this slide for simplicity is a high-level view at the major phase level. this accommodates for the incommunicable delay and accommodates the decouple of of the shipyard sites. so we had one phase and now those fees are insinuated separately and the document you're looking is the - not the major phase for boo sites. in the scheduled performance
there's a small additional communication for the navy delay. the navy has announced subsequent to our schedule another year delay. there's an outside date that's intended to allow for the flexibility so we don't get caught up in the original schedule. also there is as part of the ongoing process for the mta the bill of rights alignment has been carefully studied to have the configuration for the pedestrian safety this means and i'm flipping now on the lower left of the screen this red circle we've moved the bus transit from the side to the center this is to conform better
to the intrt plan. chris marshall is here and he's available to answer specific questions about the methodology we've worked with the sfmta bicycle safety staff and the oval in the upper right-hand side we do this as the christen marshall special i referenced back in 2010, the commissioner said it would be helpful to have the bill of rights come closer this is a change we've made it has some impacts and there's a tweak that was made on the
housing project. generally what this does that bring the bus transit into the hunter or so shipyard. in addition you have a minor modification with the sfmta duo routine to the 29 and it was approved in 2010 and on the right that's what we motive. the main goal is to get to the front door of the mall. and also the bill of rights on the shipyard side rituals are different and this provide for a better intermingling, if you will, with the transit line around the transit center. so those are the types things we've been fixing in the transit side of things. here in the bike lane you're
looking at the improvement. we've made bicycle changes in this slide. after the xhoumgs with the bike coalition the next time that's shown with the circle e cycle tracks in green it matches the new be cycle track configuration. in some instances the bike lanes h have been removed, however, in other situations we've added bike lanes into the streets to make sure there are better bike assessable to the candle stick area. there are clean up items related to this map. this 2010 map was included in the plan, however, didn't include some of the class 2
changes in that map. you put them side to side and it looked like that we've lost some lanes. again chris is here to address some of the things. this revised figure is a clean mechanism and to memoriam lists the bicycle tracks. here's the changes to the housing map. this one is in response to the hud grant application that was presented in 2010. we were more explosive frankly by moving the alice griffith unit in a more centralized site to be developed on the vacant land. again, i don't have the figure but we can replace all the 2 hundred and 56 units to have
folks move directly into they're new homes. the other small change shown here is the shipyard side as i mentioned the bus transit change alternated it slightly so we changed the workforce lots there. their that comparable in terms of the location and decent of the form and you know proximity to the open space. we've found those that be acceptable changes from staff prospective. in closing it will allow time for q and a the totality it remains trou true to the project it will accommodate the navy delay and uphold the tenants of
bike friendly orientation and the major phase will make way for major job creating development. this is the iconic look that evan spoke of and it will remain apart from the city and consistent with the better street plan. our goal is to come back in detectives but wanted to give you accurate time to review and provide us with any feedback so when you get a draft in november it will be the final one for approval. thank you. thank you, very much. any public comment on this item. excellent let's move into q and a and a thank you very much for those shout outs. you say the same ningdz or
things for an a couple of years it might happen. which means i can move on. i'll move on quickly. first question is on the what is unknown as the bridge. that's not in the first phase of the first major phase so real quick where does the bus rapid transit go before the bridge economists of exists >> we've been working with the mta and the transit bus will connect into the project site. i think i'll ask chris mitch but it will be to loop it around the cps route that's a guess we're still working on that >> that would be a good one for
0 diagram before the final approval. >> okay. >> next question. so i know you mensdz this about the class 2 bike lane is that on harry many way or not >> the bike lane on harry many lane is there. there's an error on page 61 to how it's labeled. we believe in the dining room it linked it to the wrong key map but we'll make that change >> 61 that's; correct excellent arrest and then my last is in these this on the gray area its unclear whether the infrastructure is going to be
happening. >> your wondering will the residential part and todd is here. i'm going to speak for him and hope heel stop unnecessary me if i say something wrong. since the approval was done we've allowed for toilet flushing with gray water in the application and a excellent >> lastly and a okay. great. alaska question. i don't know this might be animate mat issue but i noticed that car share although it's important to the city and the requirements for parking spaces in buildings and on the street so i will start my neck quest okay moving to the next quest i'd like to see